Gibson Dunn on Justice Holland’s Lasting Imprint on Corporate Law

In early February, Justice Randy Holland, the longest-tenured member of the Delaware Supreme Court, announced his plans to retire at the end of March 2017.  At the time of his appointment in 1986 by Governor Michael N. Castle, Justice Holland was the youngest person ever to serve on the Court.  He became its longest serving member in 2009.

According to our research, during his 33-year tenure, Justice Holland authored over 800 electronically reported decisions and imparted a legacy of addressing several key areas of Delaware corporate law.   In reviewing his most cited decisions, it is clear Justice Holland has left … Read more